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Thailand, Paradise Found!

Thailand, Paradise Found!

If you’re looking for paradise on Earth, look no further… This realm of cultural, historical and natural allure will certainly capture all of your senses and leave you dreaming…

This jewel placed in the Southwest of Asia inspires smiles and excitement on every corner. From untouched white sandy beaches, mountainous landscapes and jungles waiting patiently to be explored to modern resorts and busy cities, Thailand will certainly provide you with a life-time travel experience. Furthermore, if you want to complete your image of this amazing island then you should certainly try to find locations off the beaten path, too.

To experience some of the most beautiful sunsets in the country, you should hit the north and enjoy in the magnificent lakeside scenic setting of Phayao.

The history lovers can enjoy exploring the remote province of Nan, famous for its historic temples and its picturesque rural setting; the 14th century ruins at Kamphaeng Phet Historical Park with more than forty temple compounds, including Wat Chang Rob surrounded by pretty well- preserved elephant statues; the remote Phitsanulok Province containing remains of the Communist Party infrastructure, hiking trails, interesting rock formations and incredible waterfalls.

Ban Bo Luang known as Ban Bo Kleua distinguishes itself for its local salt wells. Phetchabun  is a home to Nam Nao National Park ,one of the most precious nature preserves offering a wide variety of forests and face to face meeting with the wildlife. Remember, riding on the back of an elephant is one of the must- do’s when visiting Thailand.

Photo Credit: Thomson

Photo Credit: Thomson

Beach lovers will never leave Thailand disappointed. Southern Thailand impresses with its  giant rock formations reflecting in the glittering turquoise water and the pure beauty of the fine sandy beaches, most of which unspoiled by the mass tourism, offering a wide range of activities- from swimming with whales , scuba diving and snorkeling , exploring the incredible  coral reefs and full moon parties.

Ko Samui, Ko Pha-Ngan and Ko Tao are dramatically beautiful islands, easily accessible and well developed. These three islands can definitely be your introduction to the Thai life.

The most attractive beach destinations of Thailand are placed in Krabi Province. The two –kilometer long beach Ko Kradan offers stunning views of the coral reefs teeming with rich underwater life. The barely developed for tourism Kluai Beach,Koh Kood is the best getaway for those who want to escape from the crowds and relax peacefully on the fine sand, surrounded by lush vegetation. Chaweng Beach, on the other hand, is a well-developed beach, backed by plenty of palm trees and dotted with lots of sun umbrellas, whereas Mae Nam offers more a laid-back atmosphere.  Railey Beach has long been popular with climbers because of its limestone cliffs standing out of the sea. Phra Nang is known as the most photogenic beach, Long beach in Koh Lanta is one of the wow beaches with golden sand, Phi Phi Don where DiCaprio’s “The Beach” was filmed became one of the most popular destinations in Thailand.

It seems that the list of places to visit and things to do in Thailand is endless.

What refers to the food, Thai cuisine is exquisite and unique- a perfect balance of characteristic flavors really worth tasting.
There are lots of flights available to Thailand and many travel companies like Thompson  can help you out to find some great deals for your next Thai adventure.

Once there, the Thai islands are easily accessible. There are plenty of ferries and speedboats that can take you from one island to another or from one beach to another. Orient Thai, Nok Air, Thai Airways, Air Asia have daily flights to and from Bangkok.
The peak season and the most expensive months are from mid-December to April which is the last month before the rainy season. October and November are also lovely and easy to travel in Thailand.

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